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Seattle Storm forward Breanna Stewart goes for two during Seattle's 87-82 win against the Indiana Fever on May 14th at the KeyArena in Seattle. Photo: Virginia Lopez/VELO Photography
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The WNBA Seattle Storm bounced back from an opening day loss on Saturday to win their home opener 87-82 on Sunday against a tenacious Indiana Fever team. ...
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Photo: Storm Basketball
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Despite shooting 52% from the field, Seattle couldn’t overcome 23 turnovers in a 78-68 setback to Los Angeles in its season opener on Saturday afternoon at the STAPLES Center. ...
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Sue Bird/WNBA
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The Verizon WNBA All-Star Game 2017 will be played in KeyArena on July 22, 2017. This is the first time in the league history that the All-Star Game will be played in Seattle. ...
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Team USA Women's Basketball/Rio Olympics
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The United States women's basketball team is heading to its sixth straight Olympic gold medal game. ...
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Breanna Stewart/U.S. Team
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Taurasi hit three 3-pointers in the first few minutes and the Americans beat Senegal 121-56 on Sunday in their Olympic opener. ...
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WNBAStars
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In their final home game before the month-long Olympic break, the Seattle Storm earned a wire-to-wire, 83-69 win over the San Antonio Stars. ...
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WNBA emojis
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The WNBA announced the launch of the league’s first-ever emojis, which will feature the 20 most influential players in its history. ...
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Lauren Jackson/Storm Photo
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Lauren Jackson played all of her 12 WNBA seasons in Seattle, starting 358 total games and guiding the Storm to two championships. ...
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Jewell Loyd pushes past Britney Griner on a fast break. Loyd scored 32 points, a career high. (Neil Enns/Storm Photos)
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Seattle’s 95 points and 12 three-pointers on Friday represent season highs. Four Storm players had at least 14 points on the night, including rookie forward Breanna Stewart. ...
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Ramu Tokashiki fights with the Lynx's Jia Perkins for the ball. (Neil Enns/Storm Photos)
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Despite a career-high 20 points from forward Alysha Clark, the Seattle Storm fell 78-71 to the defending WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx. ...
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